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Quattro Bot is a new system that is supposedly being used by rookie traders that are exploiting new technology to cash in over $30,000 on a weekly basis. This sounds a little far-fetched to me but most systems that look like this do.
Today I’ll be providing a review and letting the binary today readers understand whether or not this is a worthwhile investment.
Quattro Bot Review
The Quattro bot is a new free binary options software by Hines Kline. He claims to be an experienced trader that has been trading binary options his entire life. That contradicts the headline of the website but I’ll listen to more. The developer of this software claims that he was a car technician that had offers from different German car companies but decided to go with Audi because they gave him the creative leeway to learn amazing things that he’s been able to apply in different areas of his life.
In 2008 he retired from Audi and decided to trade stocks I imagine using some method of the Quattro bot. The developer of the system claims that it uses four different strategies and combines them all to create an unbeatable system. The strategies are not discussed at all so I’m really not sure if this is true.
I really don’t want to waste your time so I’m going to go ahead and say I don’t recommend Quattro bot. I was tired of listening to Heinz story about how working for Audi somehow made him some binary options genius so I decided to go into the members area. In the members area there is a timer saying that there’s 30 minutes remaining and then there’s a bunch of what I believe to be fake live statements. This is another free binary options system trying to get you to sign up with the binary options broker and it is not worth your time. I hope you’re not upset that you sent through this entire review to get the recommendation but simply avoid the Quattro bot. That’s the final message.
About the Author
John Kane I am a full time binary options trader. I was able to leave my job in the last 5 years and dedicate myself to trading fully. I never thought my hobby and passion would make a living for me but I am grateful every day that it has. My main goal now is to communicate with the binary trading community, contribute to different websites and learn from other traders.
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3 Responses to Quattro Bot
I deposited $250 into Quattro Bot, using LBinary as broker. 3trades place by robot, 3 trades place using signal – result- 6 LOST TRADES! The broker exact words to me “you want a broker for $250? Have you gone mad?” Nice, huh.
Wow, that’s awful. So sorry to hear you have been treated this way.
Scam Report Posting:
This email is to inform all traders in the U.S, and global arena, to please “STAY away from the Quattro Bot System & CVC Option, and here’s the reason why?
In the month of November of 2020, I signed up with: Quattro Bot, to use their “Robot to trade binary options. The first thing I noticed on their site was, they recommended a broker in order use their software. In this case, the (Quattro Bot ) software was linked to: CVC Option.com (CVC Option Building Capital), based out of the UK.
Red Flag Alert? Also, another concern I had after I funded the account to use the Quattro Bot-Robot to trade with was, who in the world was CVC Option? However, when the robot was activated, within 3 days, it traded currency pairs and my $250 USD investment turned into a $674.00 profit, and I have actual snap shots of the Quattro Bot platform to verify what this robot is capable of doing.
CVC Option Mass Deceptions? A few days had gone by, and when I attempted to check my balance in the account, including number of trades, to my surprise, I was unable to log into my account. After a few calls to CVC option, some how they managed to remove the block for me to access the account.
Withdrawal Request: Once I had wind of what CVC Option was all about, on: 12/19/2020, I placed a withdrawal request to withdraw $590..USD, but CVC option accounting & billing department kept canceling my withdrawal request?
Telephone Calls: On four occasions, I called CVC Option customer support department, only get a bunch of rude amateurs on the other end of the telephone line, who kept putting me on hold for long periods of time, in an attempt to frustrate me?
Once I was able to speak to an accounts manager, she informed me that I needed to send CVC Option verification documents in order to process my withdrawal request? What this accounts manager didn’t realize at the time was, I had already sent by email to their compliance department, my verification documents. In fact, they kept sending me emails to send them my verification documents over and over again?
The Next Step? * It was at this point that I decided to send CVC Option transcripts and photos of all documents I sent them in order to request withdrawals including wire transfer. In the first week of January on the 6th day of 2020, when I logged into my account at CVC Options that I saw after threatening them to take legal action against them, that they approved a withdrawal in the amount of $250.00 USD back to my credit card which I received.
“However we view this, one thing is certain and that is, there was still $340.00 USD which was all profit. And so far to date: 1/14/2020, CVC Option, has refused to approve my request to send the balance of $340.00 USD by wire transfer?
So in the coming day’s ahead, I plan to launch an all out campaign by posting this information on all the scam watch sites in the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia, and European countries, including sending transcripts to the BBC- Consumer Watch Fraud team, to publish and air this information on television, regarding the fraudulent conduct of this broker, CVC Option.
In Conclusion: It is brokers like this, that create a bad name for other reputable brokers in this industry. In fact, when I did some research on CVC option, I discovered that this was not the first time they have scammed people out of their profits.
So please traders, I trust that this post would open your eyes to do your research well, if you plan in future on trading with these: Web Based Unregulated Brokers Sites. Once again, please avoid CVC Option, (CVC Building Capital) who uses the Quattro Bot Software to Trap and scam traders out of their profits. Regards, Dr. Ziggy Williams Forex/Trader
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